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|2012-13 Boston College Eagles men's ice hockey season|
|Home ice||Kelley Rink|
|USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine||#6|
|USCHO.com/CBS College Sports||#6|
|Coaches and Captains|
|Head Coach||Jerry York|
|Assistant Coaches||Mike Cavanaugh|
|Alternate captain(s)||Patrick Wey, Steven Whitney|
|Boston College Eagles men's ice hockey seasons|
« 2011-12 2013–14 »
The 2012–13 Boston College Eagles men's ice hockey team represents Boston College in the 2012–13 NCAA Division I men's ice hockey season. The team is coached by Jerry York, '67, his nineteenth season behind the bench at Boston College. The Eagles play their home games at Kelley Rink on the campus of Boston College, competing in Hockey East.
The Eagles enter the season as the defending national champions, having won the program's fifth NCAA title by defeating Ferris State in the championship game of the 2012 NCAA Tournament. BC also enters the 2012-13 season as defending Hockey East tournament and regular season champions, defeating Maine in the 2012 Hockey East Tournament final and finishing ahead of Boston University and UMass Lowell in the final Hockey East regular season standings. BC also retained the Beanpot in 2012, their third title in a row, by defeating Boston University in overtime of the championship game. The Eagles raised their 2012 National Championship banner to the Conte Forum rafters in their home-opener against Northeastern on October 20, 2012, a 3-0 victory.
BC will compete in two in-season tournaments during the 2012-13 season. In December, the Eagles will participate in the Mariucci Classic hosted by Minnesota in Minneapolis. BC will also compete in the 61st annual Beanpot tournament alongside Boston-area schools Boston University, Harvard, and Northeastern, at TD Garden on the first two Mondays of February.
April 10, 2012: Juniors Chris Kreider and Brian Dumoulin decided to forgo their senior seasons to pursue professional careers. Kreider joined the New York Rangers, who drafted the forward in the first round of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, making his debut for the Rangers during the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Dumoulin joined with the Carolina Hurricanes organization, who had drafted him in the second round of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. He was then traded to the Pittsburg Penguins in the deal for Jordan Staal.
May 15, 2012: Boston College received an anonymous gift of $5 million to endow the men's ice hockey coaching position, the largest gift ever made in support of a BC athletics team.
May 16, 2012: The national championship team was honored in Boston at Boston City Hall and the Massachusetts State House. The Eagles presented Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick with a commemorative hockey jersey.
Boston College adds six freshmen for the 2012-13 season: defenseman Colin Sullivan, a seventh round draft pick of the Montreal Canadiens in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft; defenseman Teddy Doherty, one of three current Eagles who played for Dubuque of the USHL; defenseman Michael Matheson, a first round pick of the Florida Panthers in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft; defenseman Travis Jeke, one of three players for Boston College from Pittsburgh; forward Brendan Silk, a product of the USA Hockey National Team Development Program; and forward Peter McMullen, who earned New Jersey Star Ledger All-State honors in 2010-11 after leading Delbarton Prep in scoring. A seventh recruit, forward Frank Vatrano, withdrew from the University in later September 2012.
|Colin Sullivan||Defense||United States||Milford, CT; Selected 198th overall by MTL in 2011 draft.|
|Teddy Doherty||Defense||United States||Hopkinton, MA; Attended Shattuck-St. Mary's from 2008-2011.|
|Michael Matheson||Defense||Canada||Pointe-Claire, QC; Selected 23rd overall by FLA in 2012 draft.|
|Travis Jeke||Defense||United States||Pittsburgh, PA; Earned Northwood School's Tim Hyde Hockey Award for contributions to the program.|
|Brendan Silk||Forward||United States||Wakefield, MA; 2012-13 recipient of the Edward J. O'Brien, Jr., M.D. Men's Ice Hockey Scholarship.|
|Peter McMullen||Forward||United States||Essex Fells, NJ; Played the 2011-12 season for two teams in the BCHL.|
Departures from 2011-2012 TeamEdit
- Barry Almeida, F - Graduation
- Tommy Atkinson, F - Graduation
- Paul Carey, F - Graduation
- Tommy Cross, D - Graduation
- Edwin Shea, D - Graduation
- Chris Venti, G - Graduation
- Chris Kreider, F - signed with New York Rangers
- Brian Dumoulin, D - signed with Carolina Hurricanes, then traded to Pittsburgh Penguins
- Mark Begert, D - left team
As of September 26, 2012.
|#||S/P/C||Player||Class||Pos||Height||Weight||DoB||Hometown||Previous team||NHL rights|
|1||Brian Billet||Sophomore||G||6' 1" (1.85 m)||185 lb (84 kg)||1992-03-19||Brunswick, Maine||New Hampshire (EJHL)||—|
|2||Colin Sullivan||Freshman||D||6' 1" (1.85 m)||205 lb (93 kg)||1993-03-26||Milford, Connecticut||Avon Old Farms (USHS–CT)||MON, 198th overall 2011|
|3||Patch Alber||Senior||D||5' 10" (1.78 m)||170 lb (77 kg)||1989-03-11||Clifton Park, New York||Boston (EJHL)||—|
|4||Teddy Doherty||Freshman||D||5' 9" (1.75 m)||178 lb (81 kg)||1994-04-25||Hopkinton, Massachusetts||Dubuque (USHL)||—|
|5||Michael Matheson||Freshman||D||6' 2" (1.88 m)||189 lb (86 kg)||1994-02-27||Pointe-Claire, Quebec||Dubuque (USHL)||FLA, 23rd overall 2012|
|6||A)Patrick Wey (||Senior||D||6' 3" (1.91 m)||207 lb (94 kg)||1991-03-21||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||Waterloo (USHL)||WAS, 115th overall 2009|
|7||Isaac MacLeod||Junior||D||6' 5" (1.96 m)||214 lb (97 kg)||1992-02-22||Nelson, British Columbia||Penticton (BCHL)||SJS, 136th overall 2010|
|8||Travis Jeke||Freshman||D||6' 2" (1.88 m)||192 lb (87 kg)||1993-06-11||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||Northwood (USHS–NY)||—|
|9||Brendan Silk||Freshman||F||6' 3" (1.91 m)||190 lb (86 kg)||1994-01-13||Wakefield, Massachusetts||US NTDP (USHL)||—|
|10||Danny Linell||Sophomore||F||5' 7" (1.7 m)||178 lb (81 kg)||1992-09-04||Great Neck, New York||Choate (USHS–CT)||—|
|11||C)Pat Mullane (||Senior||F||5' 11" (1.8 m)||188 lb (85 kg)||1990-07-31||Wallingford, Connecticut||Omaha (USHL)||—|
|12||Kevin Hayes||Junior||F||6' 3" (1.91 m)||213 lb (97 kg)||1992-05-08||Dorchester, Massachusetts||Nobles (USHS–MA)||CHI, 24th overall 2010|
|13||Johnny Gaudreau||Sophomore||F||5' 8" (1.73 m)||153 lb (69 kg)||1993-08-13||Carneys Point, New Jersey||Dubuque (USHL)||CGY, 104th overall 2011|
|14||Brooks Dyroff||Senior||F||6' 0" (1.83 m)||197 lb (89 kg)||1990-01-22||Boulder, Colorado||Phillips Andover (USHS–MA)||—|
|15||Cam Spiro||Sophomore||F||5' 10" (1.78 m)||210 lb (95 kg)||1991-12-30||Hingham, Massachusetts||Tabor (USHS–MA)||—|
|17||Destry Straight||Sophomore||F||6' 1" (1.85 m)||190 lb (86 kg)||1993-03-22||West Vancouver, British Columbia||Coquitlam (BCHL)||—|
|18||Michael Sit||Sophomore||F||5' 10" (1.78 m)||171 lb (78 kg)||1993-02-04||Edina, Minnesota||Edina (USHS–MN)||—|
|20||Peter McMullen||Freshman||F||6' 1" (1.85 m)||209 lb (95 kg)||1993-02-19||Essex Fells, New Jersey||Delbarton (USHS-NJ)||—|
|21||A)Steven Whitney (||Senior||F||5' 7" (1.7 m)||167 lb (76 kg)||1991-02-18||Reading, Massachusetts||Lawrence (USHS–MA)||—|
|23||Patrick Brown||Junior||F||6' 1" (1.85 m)||207 lb (94 kg)||1992-05-29||Bloomfield Hills, Michigan||Cranbrook-Kingswood (USHS–MI)||—|
|24||Bill Arnold||Junior||F||6' 0" (1.83 m)||206 lb (93 kg)||1992-05-13||Needham, Massachusetts||US NTDP (USHL)||CGY, 108th overall 2010|
|27||Quinn Smith||Sophomore||F||5' 8" (1.73 m)||173 lb (78 kg)||1992-01-11||Fairfield, Connecticut||Avon Old Farms (USHS–CT)||—|
|29||Brad Barone||Sophomore||G||5' 10" (1.78 m)||179 lb (81 kg)||1990-12-02||Medfield, Massachusetts||South Shore (EJHL)||—|
|35||Parker Milner||Senior||G||6' 1" (1.85 m)||188 lb (85 kg)||1990-09-06||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||Waterloo (USHL)||—|
|Name||Position|| Seasons at|
|Jerry York||Head Coach||19||Boston College (1967)|
|Mike Cavanaugh||Associate Head Coach||18||Bowdoin College (1976)|
|Greg Brown||Associate Head Coach||9||Boston College (1990)|
|Jim Logue||Assistant Coach, Goaltending||19||Boston College (1961)|
- On September 25, 2012, BC was picked to finish first in the preseason Hockey East coaches poll.
|Conference record||Overall record|
|#5 UMass Lowell *||27||16||9||2||34||81||63||38||26||10||2||113||79|
|#4 Boston College||27||15||9||3||33||88||72||37||22||11||4||127||102|
|#17 Boston University||27||15||10||2||32||82||73||39||21||16||2||120||110|
|#10 New Hampshire||27||13||8||6||32||81||58||37||19||11||7||117||86|
|Championship: March 23, 2013|
indicates conference regular season champion; * indicates conference tournament champion
2012-2013 Regular seasonEdit
|Oct. 6||#1||vs. New Brunswick (exhib.)||7:00 p.m.||W 6-0||Kelley Rink||0-0-0||0-0-0|
|Oct. 13||#1||at Northeastern*||7:00 p.m.||L 3-1||Matthews Arena||0-1-0||0-1-0|
|Oct. 19||#3||at Massachusetts*||7:00 p.m.||W 5-4 (OT)||Mullins Center||1-1-0||1-1-0|
|Oct. 20||#3||vs. #14 Northeastern*||7:10 p.m.||W 3-0||Kelley Rink||2-1-0||2-1-0|
|Oct. 26||#1||at #11 UMass Lowell*||7:00 p.m.||W 1-0||Tsongas Center||3-1-0||3-1-0|
|Oct. 28||#1||vs. #11 UMass Lowell*||4:00 p.m.||W 6-3||Kelley Rink||4-1-0||4-1-0|
|Nov. 2||#1||at Maine*||7:00 p.m.||W 4-2||Alfond Arena||5-1-0||5-1-0|
|Nov. 4||#1||vs. Massachusetts*||4:00 p.m.||W 3-2||Kelley Rink||6-1-0||6-1-0|
|Nov. 9||#1||vs. #7 Notre Dame (Holy War)||7:00 p.m.||W 3-1||Kelley Rink||7-1-0||6-1-0|
|Nov. 11||#1||at #11 Boston University* (Green Line Rivalry)||5:00 p.m.||W 4-2||Agganis Arena||8-1-0||7-1-0|
|Nov. 16||#1||vs. Merrimack*||7:00 p.m.||W 4-3||Kelley Rink||9-1-0||8-1-0|
|Nov. 24||#1||vs. #11 Dartmouth||4:00 p.m.||W 6-3||Kelley Rink||10-1-0||8-1-0|
|Nov. 30||#1||at #9 Boston University* (Green Line Rivalry)||7:30 p.m.||L 4-2||Agganis Arena||10-2-0||8-2-0|
|Dec. 1||#1||vs. #9 Boston University* (Green Line Rivalry)||7:30 p.m.||W 5-2||Kelley Rink||11-2-0||9-2-0|
|Dec. 7||#2||at Providence*||7:00 p.m.||T 3-3||Schneider Arena||11-2-1||9-2-1|
|Dec. 29||#1||vs. Alabama-HuntsvilleMariucci Classic||5:00 p.m.||W 5-2||Mariucci Arena||12-2-1||9-2-1|
|Dec. 30||#1||at #4 MinnesotaMariucci Classic||8:00 p.m.||L 8-1||Mariucci Arena||12-3-1||9-2-1|
|Jan. 4||#2||vs. #17 Yale||7:00 p.m.||T-3-3||Kelley Rink||12-3-2||9-2-1|
|Jan. 11||#2||vs. #4 New Hampshire*||7:00 p.m.||W 5-2||Kelley Rink||13-3-2||10-2-1|
|Jan. 12||#2||at #4 New Hampshire*||7:00 p.m.||L 2-1||Whittemore Center||13-4-2||10-3-1|
|Jan. 18||#2||vs. Massachusetts*||7:00 p.m.||L 5-2||Kelley Rink||13-5-2||10-4-1|
|Jan. 19||#2||at Northeastern*||7:00 p.m.||W 9-3||Matthews Arena||14-5-2||11-4-1|
|Jan. 25||#3||vs. Maine*||7:00 p.m.||L 4-1||Kelley Rink||14-6-2||11-5-1|
|Jan. 26||#3||vs. Maine*||7:00 p.m.||L 3-1||Kelley Rink||14-7-2||11-6-1|
|Feb. 1||#5||vs. Vermont*||7:00 p.m.||W 4-1||Kelley Rink||15-7-2||12-6-1|
|Feb. 4||#5||vs. HarvardBeanpot||8:00 p.m.||W 4-1||TD Garden||16-7-2||12-6-1|
|Feb. 11||#4||vs. NortheasternBeanpot||7:30 p.m.||W 6-3||TD Garden||17-7-2||12-6-1|
|Feb. 15||#4||at #19 Merrimack*||7:30 p.m.||L 2-1 (OT)||Lawler Arena||17-8-2||12-7-1|
|Feb. 17||#4||vs. #5 New Hampshire*||4:00 p.m.||T-4-4||Kelley Rink||17-8-3||12-7-2|
|Feb. 24||#4||at #17 Merrimack*||4:00 p.m.||W 2-1 (OT)||Lawler Arena||18-8-3||13-7-2|
|Feb. 26 (rescheduled from 2/8)||#4||vs. #10 UMass Lowell*||7:00 p.m.||L 4-2||Kelley Rink||18-9-3||13-8-2|
|Mar. 1||#4||at #20 Providence*||7:00 p.m.||W 3-2||Schneider Arena||19-9-3||14-8-2|
|Mar. 2||#4||vs. #20 Providence*||7:00 p.m.||L 5-1||Kelley Rink||19-10-3||14-9-2|
|Mar. 8||#6||at Vermont*||7:00 p.m.||T 4-4||Gutterson Fieldhouse||19-10-4||14-9-3|
|Mar. 9||#6||at Vermont*||7:00 p.m.||W 7-2||Gutterson Fieldhouse||20-10-4||15-9-3|
All times Eastern
Rankings from USCHO.com/CBS College Sports Poll
* = Hockey East Conference Play
Marriucci Classic = 22nd Annual Mariucci Classic in Minneapolis, MN
Beanpot = 61st Annual Beanpot Tournament in Boston, MA
- On December 1, the Eagles defeated rivals Boston University 5-2 to secure Jerry York's 924th career coaching victory, tying Ron Mason as college hockey's all-time wins leader.
- On December 4, sophomore forward Johnny Gaudreau was named to the United States National Junior Team preliminary roster.
- On December 28, sophomore forward Johnny Gaudreau was included in the final roster for the United States National Junior Team to compete at the 2013 World Junior Ice Hockey Championship in Ufa, Russia.
- On December 29, Boston College defeated Alabama Huntsville in the first round of the Mariucci Classic, securing head coach Jerry York's record 925 career coaching victory, surpassing Ron Mason as the new all-time wins leader in college hockey.
- On January 5, sophomore forward Johnny Gaudreau and the United States National Junior Team defeated Sweden 3-1 to capture gold at the 2013 World Junior Ice_Hockey Championship. Gaudreau led the tournament with seven goals.
- Head Coach Jerry York missed the New Hamphsire series on January 11 and 12 and games against Massachusetts and Northeastern on January 18 and 19 due to outpatient eye surgery. A celebration to honor Coach York on becoming the all-time career wins leader which was scheduled for January 18 was postponed.
- On February 11, Boston College defeated Northeastern 6-3 in the Beanpot tournament to win their fourth straight Beanpot title and 18th all-time.
|Mar. 15||Hockey East Tournament Quarterfinals||Vermont||7:00pm||W 4-2||Kelley Rink|
|Mar. 16||Hockey East Tournament Quarterfinals||Vermont||7:00pm||W 4-1||Kelley Rink|
|Mar. 22||Hockey East Tournament Semifinals||Boston University||8:00pm||L 6-3||TD Garden|
|Mar. 29||NCAA Tournament Regionals||Union||9:00pm||L 5-1||Dunkin' Donuts Center|
All times Eastern
- In the 2012-13 Hockey East Tournament, the Eagles swept the Vermont Catamounts in the best of 3 round (scores of 4-2, and 4-1), but fell to arch-rival Boston University in the semi-finals by a score of 6-3. For the senior class, it was the first loss at their "home away from home", the TD Garden, having previously won the three previous Hockey East tournaments and the four previous Beanpot tournaments. BU went on to face UMass Lowell in the title game, losing 1-0 to the Riverhawks, who captured their first Hockey East Title.
- The Eagles fell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to the Union Dutchmen, by a score of 5-1. This was the first ever meeting between the two schools. It was also the final game for the following BC seniors: forwards Steven Whitney, Brooks Dyroff, captain Pat Mullane, defensemen Patrick Wey, Patch Alber, and goaltender Parker Milner. The Dutchmen went on to face Quinnipiac in the Regional Final, losing to the Bobcats by a score of 5-1.
- On April 2, rising-senior Patrick Brown (forward) was named the 2013-14 season Captain, and rising-seniors Bill Arnold (forward) and Isaac Macleod (defense) were named Assistant Captains.
- On April 3, Johnny Gaudreau was announced as one of the three Hobey Baker Hat-Trick Finalists for the 2012-13 season.
Awards and HonorsEdit
Hobey Baker Hat-Trick Finalist
ACHA Division I - All Americans
Hockey East Player of the Year
Hockey East All-Stars
Hockey East Awards
New England D-I Men's Hockey All Stars & Awards
Hockey East Player of the Month
Hockey East Team of the Week
Hockey East Player of the Week
Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week
Hockey East Rookie of the Week
Beanpot - Eberly Award
61st Walter Brown Award
AHCA Terry Flanagan Award
- ↑ No. 3 Men's Hockey Blanks Northeastern, 3-0
- ↑ Kreider, Dumoulin Forgo Senior Season To Pursue Pro Careers
- ↑ Eagles Receive $5 Million Anonymous Gift To Endow Hockey Coaching Position
- ↑ 2012 National Champions Honored In Boston
- ↑ Brown Promoted To Associate Head Men's Hockey Coach
- ↑ Frank Vatrano leaves Boston College
- ↑ 2012-13 Men's Ice Hockey Roster. Boston College Athletics. Retrieved on September 26, 2012.
- ↑ BOSTON COLLEGE TABBED FAVORITE IN 12-13 PRE-SEASON COACHES POLL
- ↑ #1 Men's Hockey Defeats #9 BU, 5-2 Jerry York ties Ron Mason for most NCAA wins as coach
- ↑ U.S Names Preliminary Roster
- ↑ TEAM USA FINALIZES WORLD JUNIOR ROSTER WITH SIELOFF
- ↑ Mission Accomplished: Jerry York is NCAA Win Leader
- ↑ The legend becomes the leader: A retrospective on Boston College coach Jerry York’s career
- ↑ Gaudreau, U.S. Capture WJC Gold: BC sophomore leads tournament with seven goals
- ↑ York Resting Comfortably After Outpatient Eye Surgery: To miss New Hampshire series this weekend
- ↑ York Resting Comfortably After Follow-up Eye Procedure: Celebration to honor college hockey's all-time wins leader postponed
- ↑ 61st Annual Beanpot Awards
- ↑ Whitney Recipient of the 61st Annual Walter Brown Award
- ↑ AHCA announces major award winners for 2013
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